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Wisconsin ports and waterways help chart the course for Wisconsin’s growing economy
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Wisconsin ports and waterways help chart the course for Wisconsin’s growing economy

Governor proclaims this week as Ports Week across the state

Talgo to receive up to $9.75 million from Wisconsin over train lawsuit
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Talgo to receive up to $9.75 million from Wisconsin over train lawsuit

Coalition Pushes for “Mobile DMV” Program to Help Voters Obtain Required ID to Vote
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Coalition Pushes for “Mobile DMV” Program to Help Voters Obtain Required ID to Vote

It is time to correct this significant oversight.

We need your help to have a summer of safety and save lives on Wisconsin roads
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We need your help to have a summer of safety and save lives on Wisconsin roads

Message from WisDOT Secretary Gottlieb re safe summer driving

State Jobs Agency Not Serving Northern Wisconsin?

State Jobs Agency Not Serving Northern Wisconsin?

High unemployment counties get little help and the main project has generated just 40 of 665 promised jobs.

Spotlight shines on importance of rail safety with Wisconsin Rail Safety Week
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Spotlight shines on importance of rail safety with Wisconsin Rail Safety Week

Events around the state aim to increase awareness of safe practices at railroad crossings and around tracks

Murphy’s Law: Gas Tax Insanity
Murphy’s Law

Gas Tax Insanity

Bipartisan opposition to the gas tax is causing potholes and rising car repair bills, and hurting the state economy.

Who Is Running The Ship?

Who Is Running The Ship?

While Walker campaigns for president, it's not clear who is running state government.

The State of Politics: Budget Could Delay Local Highway Projects
The State of Politics

Budget Could Delay Local Highway Projects

Republican legislators want to reduce borrowing in Walker transportation budget, but this could delay numerous projects.

Department of Transportation releases two new performance reports
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Department of Transportation releases two new performance reports

Reports rate improvement efforts and give details on activities to save time and money

State ends 2014 with fewer than 500 traffic deaths for the first time since 1943
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State ends 2014 with fewer than 500 traffic deaths for the first time since 1943

Wisconsin ended 2014 with 491 traffic fatalities.

The State of Politics: Top Ten Stories of the Year
The State of Politics

Top Ten Stories of the Year

Which had the most impact on Wisconsin? The envelope, please.

Federal legislation will enable converting US 41 to an Interstate
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Federal legislation will enable converting US 41 to an Interstate

“The Congressional action will allow us to move forward with the conversion of 175 miles of US Highway 41 to an Interstate highway route.”

Community and Elected Leaders Oppose WISDOT’s ‘Billion Dollar Boondoggle’ At Hearing on I-94 East-West Corridor
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Community and Elected Leaders Oppose WISDOT’s ‘Billion Dollar Boondoggle’ At Hearing on I-94 East-West Corridor

WISDOT’s Preferred Options Are Poorly Outlined, Costly, Wasteful, and Require Higher Taxes, Fees

Coalition Unveils Better Solution for I-94 East-West Corridor
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Coalition Unveils Better Solution for I-94 East-West Corridor

WISDOT’s Preferred Options Poorly Outlined, Costly, Wasteful, and Require Higher Taxes, Fees

The State of Politics: About That $2.2 Billion State Deficit
The State of Politics

About That $2.2 Billion State Deficit

Walker and Republicans face big shortfalls in health care, roads and schools funding. What will they do?

Transportation budget recommendations submitted
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Transportation budget recommendations submitted

Request calls for a wide range of investments and new funding approaches

Under the Influence: Advocates Say State Not Serious About Drunken Driving
Under the Influence

Advocates Say State Not Serious About Drunken Driving

Four members of state task force on drunk driving resigned, calling it "a hollow process." Meanwhile legislative bills on issue have gone nowhere. Second story in a series.

Wisconsin’s freight rail system keeps the state’s economy moving
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Wisconsin’s freight rail system keeps the state’s economy moving

Governor Scott Walker has proclaimed October 6 to 12 Wisconsin Freight Rail Week.

County Board Approves Agreement Won in Court Action Brought by MICAH and BHCW to Fund New Transit Route
Agreement reached on Zoo Interchange claim
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Agreement reached on Zoo Interchange claim

State will provide funds for transit to ease congestion during construction

Transportation Moves Wisconsin tour heads to West Allis/Kenosha
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Transportation Moves Wisconsin tour heads to West Allis/Kenosha

A statewide public outreach effort to collect citizen input on Wisconsin’s transportation needs and challenges will come to West Allis on Tuesday, May 20 and Kenosha on Wednesday, May 21. This will be the last of nine planned public town hall meetings hosted by Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Secretary Mark Gottlieb as part of the department’s “Transportation Moves Wisconsin” initiative.

Transportation Moves Wisconsin initiative launched
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Transportation Moves Wisconsin initiative launched

Town hall meetings and online options for feedback on transportation funding needs

The State of Politics: Walker Delays On Three Tough Issues
The State of Politics

Walker Delays On Three Tough Issues

No decision before election on new Bucks arena, proposed Kenosha casino and how to fund new highway construction.

Public transit helps keep Wisconsin connected
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Public transit helps keep Wisconsin connected

Governor Scott Walker has proclaimed March 3 to 9 Wisconsin Transit Week.

Free Wi-Fi service launches on Amtrak Hiawatha Service
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Free Wi-Fi service launches on Amtrak Hiawatha Service

Wisconsin DOT and Amtrak officials to make formal announcement

Our 2014 Wish List

Our 2014 Wish List

Bruce Murphy, Dave Reid and Jeramey Jannene offer their take on how to build a better city.

Bike Czar: Big Cuts in Bicycle Funding Likely
Bike Czar

Big Cuts in Bicycle Funding Likely

Federal and state funding for bicycle transit could be slashed by as much as 50 percent.